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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff writer | June 27, 1991
Warren Westcoat fired yet another booming punt at Steve Powers, the Maryland Bays' goalkeeper for whom he recently has become the understudy.Normally, Charles Arndt would have been standing where Westcoat was -- but he was released on June 14. His replacement, a Severna Park graduate, was practicing on the Howard Community College field in Columbia Tuesday evening."
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January 29, 1999
Opponent: Kansas City AttackSite: Baltimore ArenaTime: 7: 35Radio: WJFK (1300 AM)Outlook: The Blast (9-12) is looking to even the score for its 23-17 setback in Kansas City (9-12) last weekend. The Attack won two of three on a three-game weekend, losing to Cleveland in overtime Sunday. K.C. is solid on defense with All-Stars Kim Roentved and Wes Wade defending in front of Scoop Stanisic and Warren Westcoat in goal. It's Blast T-shirt night.
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,SUN STAFF | November 30, 1996
For Warren Westcoat, it was a show of faith by the Kansas City Attack. The club let Brett Phillips go and signed Westcoat to a three-year contract extension.That was pretty heady stuff for Westcoat, even though he has been Kansas City's No. 1 goalie for most of this decade.But the Severna Park High grad had missed parts of the last two years with major injuries and did little more than watch while Phillips helped the Attack finish second to the Cleveland Crunch in the National Professional Soccer League last season.
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By Bob Luder and Bob Luder,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | February 23, 1997
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- The Spirit found goals hard to come by against a stingy Kansas City Attack defense and fell, 18-10, last night at Kemper Arena.Only six Spirit shots out of 26, three by Jason Dieter, found the back of the Attack net as the Spirit suffered its first loss in its past four games and fell to 16-15. The Attack won for the first time in three games and improved to 21-9.The Spirit put on a spurt in the second half and closed to within two of the Attack three minutes into the fourth quarter but never overcame being shut out in the first half, when the Attack was spotted a 5-0 lead.
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,SUN STAFF | January 19, 1996
Warren Westcoat again has his job as the Kansas City Attack's starting goalie, but he's not sure how long he'll keep it.A 1986 graduate of Severna Park High, Westcoat will open against the Heat tonight in Harrisburg and the Spirit tomorrow night at the Baltimore Arena primarily because Brett Phillips is in Brazil.Phillips is the goalie who was signed by the Attack after Westcoat suffered a stress fracture of his arm in late November. Phillips was merely sensational, compiling a 9-0 record and a 6.47 points-against average and earning the National Professional Soccer League's Player of the Month Award for December.
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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,SUN STAFF | February 10, 1997
Kansas City Attack goalkeeper Warren Westcoat had to be thinking about what a tough act he had to follow as he entered the second half of the National Professional Soccer League All-Star Game at the Baltimore Arena yesterday afternoon.A Severna Park High grad, he was replacing Victor Nogueira, who had started for the National team and had allowed only two of the American squad's 16 first-half shots to get past him.Also to be considered was the big Arena crowd of 8,317 -- including many family members and friends -- who, like almost everyone else in attendance, came expecting to see what almost every All-Star Game provides -- offense.
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,SUN STAFF | October 31, 1995
They were teammates on the old Hershey Impact. Each has a Baltimore connection. And now Warren Westcoat and Franklin McIntosh have something else in common.Westcoat, the Kansas City Attack's goalie and a Severna Park High grad, and Spirit midfielder McIntosh are the National Professional Soccer League's October Players of the Month, one for defense, the other for offense.Westcoat, third team All-NPSL last season, has allowed only 15 points in a pair of wins and leads the league's goalkeepers in points-against average.
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,SUN STAFF | December 1, 1996
The Spirit's Bobby Joe Esposito should know how a team can beat Kansas City Attack goalie Warren Westcoat.He played in K.C. with the former Severna Park High standout for two seasons."
SPORTS
January 29, 1999
Opponent: Kansas City AttackSite: Baltimore ArenaTime: 7: 35Radio: WJFK (1300 AM)Outlook: The Blast (9-12) is looking to even the score for its 23-17 setback in Kansas City (9-12) last weekend. The Attack won two of three on a three-game weekend, losing to Cleveland in overtime Sunday. K.C. is solid on defense with All-Stars Kim Roentved and Wes Wade defending in front of Scoop Stanisic and Warren Westcoat in goal. It's Blast T-shirt night.
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By Special to The Sun | July 22, 1991
ALBANY, N.Y. -- Mike Masters had two goals and an assist, as the Albany Capitals beat the Maryland Bays, 3-0, in an American Professional Soccer League game at Bleecker Stadium yesterday.It was the first time the Bays (12-2, 98 points) had been shut out in 19 games, dating to June 1990 against the Fort Lauderdale Strikers.The shutout ended Kevin Sloan's streak of nine consecutive games with at least one point. Sloan had set the league record Saturday night against the Penn-Jersey Spirit.Ramiro Borja gave the Capitals (8-7, 71)
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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,SUN STAFF | February 10, 1997
Kansas City Attack goalkeeper Warren Westcoat had to be thinking about what a tough act he had to follow as he entered the second half of the National Professional Soccer League All-Star Game at the Baltimore Arena yesterday afternoon.A Severna Park High grad, he was replacing Victor Nogueira, who had started for the National team and had allowed only two of the American squad's 16 first-half shots to get past him.Also to be considered was the big Arena crowd of 8,317 -- including many family members and friends -- who, like almost everyone else in attendance, came expecting to see what almost every All-Star Game provides -- offense.
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,SUN STAFF | December 1, 1996
The Spirit's Bobby Joe Esposito should know how a team can beat Kansas City Attack goalie Warren Westcoat.He played in K.C. with the former Severna Park High standout for two seasons."
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,SUN STAFF | November 30, 1996
For Warren Westcoat, it was a show of faith by the Kansas City Attack. The club let Brett Phillips go and signed Westcoat to a three-year contract extension.That was pretty heady stuff for Westcoat, even though he has been Kansas City's No. 1 goalie for most of this decade.But the Severna Park High grad had missed parts of the last two years with major injuries and did little more than watch while Phillips helped the Attack finish second to the Cleveland Crunch in the National Professional Soccer League last season.
SPORTS
By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,SUN STAFF | January 19, 1996
Warren Westcoat again has his job as the Kansas City Attack's starting goalie, but he's not sure how long he'll keep it.A 1986 graduate of Severna Park High, Westcoat will open against the Heat tonight in Harrisburg and the Spirit tomorrow night at the Baltimore Arena primarily because Brett Phillips is in Brazil.Phillips is the goalie who was signed by the Attack after Westcoat suffered a stress fracture of his arm in late November. Phillips was merely sensational, compiling a 9-0 record and a 6.47 points-against average and earning the National Professional Soccer League's Player of the Month Award for December.
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,SUN STAFF | October 31, 1995
They were teammates on the old Hershey Impact. Each has a Baltimore connection. And now Warren Westcoat and Franklin McIntosh have something else in common.Westcoat, the Kansas City Attack's goalie and a Severna Park High grad, and Spirit midfielder McIntosh are the National Professional Soccer League's October Players of the Month, one for defense, the other for offense.Westcoat, third team All-NPSL last season, has allowed only 15 points in a pair of wins and leads the league's goalkeepers in points-against average.
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By Jeff Rusnak and Jeff Rusnak,Special to The Sun | August 25, 1991
MIAMI -- The question before the Maryland Bays' regular-season finale at Miami was whether Bays forward Jean Harbor would score his 18th goal to set an American Professional Soccer League record.But for 65 minutes Miami stole the spotlight from Harbor last night at the Orange Bowl. The Miami Freedom, last in the American Conference, played the Bays even until an inadvertent goal of its own making and a score by Brian Haynes gave Maryland a 3-1 win.Harbor didn't get his record-setting goal and finished the season with 17, tying him with Chance Fry for the APSL record.
NEWS
December 7, 1990
Head coach: Kevin McGrath (11th season)Assistants: Joe Gillespie and Bonnie Habicht1989-1990 record: 19-4, lost to Old Mill in region semifinalsReturnees: Seniors Ann Heiser (forward), Barb Geary (forward), Tami Riley (guard), Tina Riley (guard-forward), Ellen Westcoat (guard-forward) and Lori Habicht (guard); junior Kerri Schmale (guard); sophomores Amy Carnaggio (guard) and Brandee Snyder (center).Newcomers: Juniors Nicki Cecere (guard) and Jill Natwick (guard-forward); sophomores Katie Marks (guard-forward)
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By Special to The Sun | July 22, 1991
ALBANY, N.Y. -- Mike Masters had two goals and an assist, as the Albany Capitals beat the Maryland Bays, 3-0, in an American Professional Soccer League game at Bleecker Stadium yesterday.It was the first time the Bays (12-2, 98 points) had been shut out in 19 games, dating to June 1990 against the Fort Lauderdale Strikers.The shutout ended Kevin Sloan's streak of nine consecutive games with at least one point. Sloan had set the league record Saturday night against the Penn-Jersey Spirit.Ramiro Borja gave the Capitals (8-7, 71)
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